I created a list of 10 things you can do to elevate the ordinary so you can easily put a smile on your face, enjoy more moments, and realize that life is happening right now(so embrace it)!
Just because we are Christians, does it mean we have to be doormats?
All along I have been telling my God about my struggles when I should have been telling my struggles about my God. I have not been living a life of expectancy . What we receive from God depends on our level of expectancy. If we expect little, we will receive little. If we expect the impossible, then He will deliver. Don’t let go of … Read More Expect and Take Action
Most people feel hurt when your intentions do not match their experience.
When I sit too close to them, I inevitably suffocate them with my safety concerns and guidance. I’m normally not a helicopter parent, we don’t call our kids free range savages for nothing. I have,however, noticed how easy it is to shout commands and concerns to them when I am within speaking distance. So after providing clear instructions, I decided to watch from a … Read More Are you unintentionally stifling growth?
Ever been upset, because you didn’t get what you deserved? I worked hard, I deserved a promotion. I sacrificed my 20’s to raise my kids, I should be able to chillax now. I apologized to my friend, I deserve some grace. I remained focused when others were distracted, I deserve to get my prize. Lately, I have been thinking this way. I have been … Read More Don’t we deserve better?
It’s funny how submission has become a derogatory word. Many people equate the word submission with women being oppressed or abused-but we must look deeper. Submission to God is not being oppressed, it’s in fact, the very opposite- it’s liberating! Submission is saying: God is perfect, I’m not. Submission is agreeing that God’s plan, is better than our own. Submission is like a weight … Read More Submission IS NOT Oppression
Ever notice some people when they are going through a struggle say things like: “Everything will work out” “God has a plan” “It’s okay, I will be fine,” Ever think, they are putting on a front, or not being honest about their struggle? I’m here to tell you – they are not lying. They are truly hurting, and may even doubt the very words … Read More The Struggle Is Real